The May 2007 issue of Environment & Climate News opens with news of a victory for climate realists: The audience at a prestigious New York debating society declared three prominent climate realists the winners in a debate on climate change science against three prominent global warming alarmists.
Also on page 1:
- A ban on atrazine would hurt Illinois' economy and degrade the state's environment.
- A buyout announced by Texas Utilities (TXU) may affect the company's proposal to build 11 coal-fired power plants with modern emissions-reducing technology.
- Former vice president Al Gore testified on global warming before Congress on March 21.
Also in this issue: climate change, ethanol, biotechnology, organic farming, curbing regulatory abuse, hydroelectric dams, the blessings of carbon dioxide, and chemophobia. Heartland Science Director Jay Lehr reviews Black Gold Stranglehold by Jerome Corsi and Craig Smith, strongly recommending the book "to anyone who wants to understand the world's oil supply from the point of view of economics, politics, exploration, location, and technology."
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